ISIS SMOTHERED IN DAMASCUS BY SYRIAN ARMY

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DAMASCUS:

 

It was another bad hair day for Zahraan ‘Alloosh in Doumaa as the SAA continued to chip away at his defenses all the while reducing the number of rats upon whom he can rely for his final stand.

 

Tal Kurdi Farms in Doumaa:  The SAA killed 6 of his rats and added a pack also from the Jaysh Al-Umma, a largely Jordanian terrorist franchise whose only Chevy pickup with a 23mm AA cannon was sent to the junkyard by an RPG:

‘Abdul-Majeed Al-Khasaawina (JORDANTEEZIAN LEECH)

‘Abdul-Rahmaan Naqshabandi

Another 3 could not be identified from the group.

 

Al-Reehaan Farms:  THE SAA HAS ESTABLISHED 90% CONTROL OVER THIS AREA AND IS PURSUING REMNANT RODENTS.  EXPECT AN ANNOUNCEMENT SOON.

 

Hawsh Al-Dhawaahira:  Here, the ‘Alloosh clowns of the Jaysh Al-Islam lost 28 rodents last night to a combination of SAAF bombers and SAA artillery.  The work of our informants and scouts is incredible.

 

Al-Shifooniyya (Chiffoniere):  These rats belonged to Al-Ittihaad Al-Islami li-Ajnaad Al-Shaam (yawn).  They lost 10 rats last night to the SAA and NDF.

 

Zibdeen Farms:  A nest of Nusra rodents was roused and exterminated:

Muslim Turaydi

Ghaazi Muhammad Abu-Manna

‘Abdul-Jaleel Al-Haaj

Another 4 were foreigners and have not been identified.

 

Dayr Al-‘Asaafeer:  SAA forces based out of recently liberated Al-Maleeha (liberated on August 14, 2014) assaulted rabid rodents here and killed 11 while wounding 8.  Unlike the ISIS and Nusra, our SAA takes care of prisoners according to the Geneva Convention unless they are foreigners who can expect no quarter or kindness.

 

Nusra lost a large number of its rats at these locations: Al-Qaasimiyya, Al-Zamaaniyya, Al-Bihaariyya in the E. Ghouta.

 

Harastaa East of the Secondary Roundabout:  Nusra lost a pickup with 23mm cannon.  All 4 rats aboard killed.

 

Waadi ‘Ayn Turma:  Another nest of vermin destroyed by the SAA:

Fu`aad Zurayq

Munawwar Zu’aytar (already reported yesterday. LEBANTEEZIAN REPTILE)

 

Jawbar:  Al-Manaasher Roundabout and SE of the Teachers’ Tower, SAA killed 7 rodents.

 

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NEWS AND REPORTS:

Ahmad Mua’dh Al-Khateeb, the former enemy of Syria has repented:  (Canthama also sent this in to us)

http://english.farsnews.com/newstext.aspx?nn=13930828001580&utm_content=buffere585d&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

 

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PICTURE OF THE WEEK (From Leith)

 

A T-72 tank cannon ready to send you flying to Hell and your 72 Virginians


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Anonymous
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Good work 🙂 Just curious about the yak 130 jet, as you have stated Syria already has its first batch of yak 130, however we havnt seen any evidence.

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Those are being reserved for the campaign to recapture the Golan, which is projected to begin as soon as the current war is won, in 2073.

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welcome back kotter
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welcome back kotter

Hehe good one perez…

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Bashar Al Assad is a hero, he has protected the Syrian People. Syrian Christians are safer now, most lived in homs, damacus , and the area below Homs, known as the Valley of Christians. It is true a lot lived in Aleppo, however most left to the safety of latakia. In places like Der El Zoir, Christians have mostly left, but the SAA is taking ground there. I do understand in some places Christians have been extinct, such as Al-Raqqa, but sometimes things happen which cannot be stopped. Anyway, I think it is good that the Far stretching Christians in… Read more »
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FSA FSA FSA!!! gettin some ev ry day!!

Anonymous
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fsa fsa fsa getting some COCK EVERY DAY IN THEY ASS & IN THEY MOUTH

Abu Zeb Al-Kabeer
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Says Anonymous…LOL.

Queen o bama
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FSA FSA Who the fuck##g hell are they

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FSA!!Go to hell and make a party with the devil

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Syria should remain one united country, however Iraq should split. The shia south of Iraq, could become a hugely more powerful and rich country without having to look after the poor ISIS part in the west. The south of Iraq have the most oil fields, which the ISIS part only has a few. The Kurds should also get independence. If the kurds did get independence, they would be crazily rich, as a simple map looking at oil distribution, a lot of it is in Kurdistan. Assyria should also get independence, in the Nineveh Plains, This would allow the Christians to… Read more »
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¿Why would I want to be an Iraqi citizen and pay taxes if my country doesn’t defend the goods, it has at its disposal? the great thing about being part of a greater Iraq or Syria it’s that the citicenz of each counntry, can invest in all bussines they can imagine of, not being left to a single, small portion of land with less goods in it.

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I have an idea, which I know will probably get thumbs down but anyway. I believe that Syria could be partitioned. Provinces For the Syrian Government: Al Quneitera Dara Al Sweida Damascus Homs Hama Tartous Lattakia Ebleb Provinces For Rebels/ISIS: Aleppo Al Raqua Deir Al Zour Provinces For Kurds: Al Hasakeh I know people will hate this plan to split Syria up, but surely the most important thing for Syria is the Syrian People. All Syrians in the Government part will be safe and will not have to live with the terrorists. The rebels can have the strip of lands… Read more »
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Stupid!. You are one stupid. Syria is ONE ONLY COUNTRY. Your comment is offensive for the syrian patriots.

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I don’t like it either but as the war approaches a a fourth year it is becoming obvious that the great powers of US and Britain are not going to leave Syria alone and intact and in fact are going to be more involved. Some sort of partition is very possible. Russia will go along with it as long as their naval base at Tartus is protected. Don’t call someone stupid for voicing the frustration we all share. The truth hurts

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In my opinion, the rebels will not stop at the gates of Damascus or Latakia and I can not imagine Allepo being given away for the Rats to take it, not after all the progress made. Maybe the only territory thats realy almost under complet someone elses control, is the territory in euphrates river eastern bank. The government could retreat from Hasaka and Qamishli, since the YPG can take care of it’s self, and given the succes of the rebels southern offensive, it would be good to releave the troops, but there are a various problems with that: first, I… Read more »
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Em. No. American paid “islamist” practice that their religion through human beheadings should be wiped out from the earth surface, for the good of all children of god (cristians, judaists, muslims), all simple people who just want to live their lifes. American paid monkeys are just a tool to break Russia and drag it into bloody conflict. The end game of this plan after creating Islamic State in Middle East is to use it as a supply base for distabilising former soviet republics of Uzbekistan and Tadjikistan (Fergana volley) – and after that bring this chaos into Russia (we have… Read more »
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Alright. I assume you live in a democratic country. Lets entertain your idea inclusive of your own perspective from whatever country you live in. Elections are held and the country is divided down a fine line of 49/51%. Although historically and culturally you’ve co-existed with whatever people are behind the political entities you yourself voted against, the leader of the opposing party decides to draw a line in the sand. The line goes right down through the middle of whatever country you live in. The opposing leader proclaims: either those who voted for go live on the left, while we… Read more »
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Another..couch warrior/analyst…how about splitting your own country in pieces..

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Mr. bell, although anonymous is recklessly opining on how a country (probably not his own) should be dismembered, there is nothing wrong, in and of itself, with states fragmenting into smaller cohesive units. Take into consideration recent examples such as Czechs and Slovaks, or even the Scottish efforts. The critical distinction when considering such events, is whether a) the driving force and sustenance for the fragmentation process is external, or b) is rather, an internal ‘organic’ process. Needless to say, the attempts for the past 3+ years at disintegrating Syria fall under category a), all of the while being sold… Read more »
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You might mean all well,
but say it easier, please.

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well said

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how about FU#K NOOOOO!!!!!
Love Dr. Assad or not but Souria must and will stay ONE. Souria is greater than me and Greater than Dr. ASSAD. Why do you think the SAA and the NDF are fighting ffor? Dr. Assad? ok a lot of them love respect and admire him, but what the NDF &SAA have in common is that they are fighting for our country their country and if you are Syrian your country. Souria Waahed Waahed al Chaab Waahed. One Country One People One Nation!!!!

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This is the craziest thing I have read this far in the last 3 years, and it takes me to the point of strugling with myself to recomend the forum moderator to bann the comment, though I believe in freedom of expresion. It is clear that this post, spreads an idea that could almost be cualified as utmost blasphemouse, if we took this situation to the context of medieval ages. The idea in it’s escence is absolutely dangerouse, it hides the vision of a separatist mind, not less dangerouse then ideals followed by rebel groups. PD: I miss my previous… Read more »
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I think the writer you refer to, is looking at the fresh realities that the Syrian government is facing now. Do you think the Americans are just going away as soon as Kobane is freed of ISIS? There are things happening in Iraq and Syria now that were not even imagined three years ago by any of us. Why did you loose your status of praetor?

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¿when did all of this rebel propaganda made so much efect? ¿Do you know something I don’t?
Everyone wanting to give away syrian territory is like this:

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Alex: He’s furnished enough posts to get promoted.

hasnain zaidi
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Problem is a bad neighbor will always keep on causing problems for you and will be supplied with weapons and all other supports from it’s masters.
One can forget about peace while having a neighbor like ISIS ..
Only way out is to kill ISIS totally.

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Yep, you were right Anon, you were going to get a lot of a hell of a thumbs down, would you like your body to be partitioned? thought not.

Arklight
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Anon: It’s called ‘Balkanization’. Not a good thing.

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Good you keep your name anonamous(you left out the {e}), go scurry back to your hole.

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http://www.haaretz.com/news/middle-east/1.627635

Fighters from Al-Qaida’s Nusra Front and other insurgents attacked and briefly entered Baath City in southern Syria on Thursday, the army’s last major bastion in a province flanking the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.

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Anon: The operatiye phrase is, ‘briefly entered’.

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Briefly and failed hence why no media reporting they failed.

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FSA mision briefing Current strategical situation: “downfall at berlin” or “about to freeze to death in the upcoming winter” Current actical situation: Little ammo, bad leadership, DIY weapons ready to kill it’s own handler, etc. neighbours: -To the south app. 4 km: al-nursa terrorists -to the north app. 3 km: IS -to the east app. 5 km: ready to kill everything on it’s path SAA troops mision objective: Briefly enter and retreat before total anihilation. gove the impresion we are a capable army and not just bands or rappist, plunderes, dumb extremist apes. mision excecution: shoot and scoot. Personal warlords… Read more »
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The sooner Damascus is rat free or almost rat free, the sooner thousands of SAA and NDF can march to exterminate rats in south, east and north. I pray for this day to come soon.
I hope the SAA can cut rats in Ghouta in smaller pockets so they are exterminated faster, sometimes we see incredible pushes and then it slows down, time for another big push, way to go SAA.

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Hi Canthama,

you are certainly right. Once the East Ghouta is free the terrorist/rebels will have only Aleppo left. Once both are free the final phase of the war against Syria will begin.

cheers
J

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The silent war in Hasaka is on going and Syria is gaining ground weekly. The liberation of 4 villages in the Hasaka-Raqqa road is a blow in the right direction to prevent ISIL free ride on re supplies, slowly but steady progress is made and ISIL is becoming more isolated in Syria.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/breaking-syrian-army-captures-4-villages-near-ar-raqqa/

http://wikimapia.org/m/#lat=36.3857233&lon=40.6505882&z=13&l=0&m=b

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Greeting Ziad, Chevi and Dudley
As promised to Dudley- the second part is up and available for reading
believers in some kind of mythological made up Kurdish people need not apply-
Sunni Muslims they are- allied with Israel
If one is for an intact Syria one cannot support the evil twins of Israel and the Kurds/ISIS freak show sorry, that;s reality- anyone else

http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2014/11/pt2-kurd-isis-symbiosis-impending.html
Likely some will be pleased to think Turkey is going to get it’s comeuppance
but Turkey’s downfall will not change the agenda for Syria
In fact with the sunni muslim brand kurds it will make it even worse for Syria

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“…some kind of mythological made up Kurdish people..” Am I reading this right? Are you saying that there is no such thing as a Kurdish nation? There is such a thing as a Kurdish language. That alone is evidence of the evolution of a common culture among its speakers of hundreds if not thousands of years. Do they have a self-conscious identity as Kurds? yes Do they have Kurdish institutions or the desire to have institutions serving all Kurds which express their will? Yes Do they exist in a clearly defined territory and have they inhabited it historically? Yes and… Read more »
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” which has the same right to statehood as any other nation”

There are loads of ethnic groups without their own nations. If you want a nation, fight for it. There’s no God/global government who will give you a nation.

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Hi anonymous- I said that yesterday- why do the Kurds have a right to a state when so many others don’t
no response at all
How about the Syrians many who have been made stateless?
why don’t they rate?
How about the Palestinians?
Where is their state? Stolen right out from under their feet?
What about their right of return?
Clearly it’s not politically expedient hence Syrians displaced.
Palestinians- not politically expedient hence – the world doesn’t care
But somehow the “Sunni muslim Kurds rate? Yes, because it is politically expedient to give a plot of earth to a bunch of NATO backed terrorists-

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That is because you lack understanding. You mix up different subjects until it fits your idea. – Kurds are an ethnic group. Inform yourself about what that term means. – Muslim is a faith with different “brands” like Sunni, Shia, Alawi etc. as Christians are. – A state is an organization of people living in one land. It does not need to be one Nation but most states are. You have the idea that Kurds are not “people” because they side somehow with Israel. In that connection it is simply wrong. There are very different groups of Kurds. One group… Read more »
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It is very difficult topic to deal with and can not establish general rules. Take the case only in Western Europe, people with their own language and without a state: Gallegos, Euskaros ( Basque ) , Catalan , Provençal (Occitan ) , Breton , Niederdeutsch ( Plautdietsch ) , Gypsies ( Romani ), etc etc etc all of these deserves a state? probably, but we all know that their problems do not end up where they have their own state. It is likely that none of these groups would think about having a state if they feel that their conditions… Read more »
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“There are loads of ethnic groups without their own nations. If you want a nation, fight for it.”

A nation exists or it does not, regardless of whether its constituent members want to have a state to express their nationhood.

‘If you want state, fight for it.’ Maybe this is what you meant.

The Kurds are a nation. That is a fact. They are fighting for a state. That is an aspiration.

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There is only one nation inside Syria and that is the Syrian people. The kurds are first, Syrian nationals and secondly they are an ethnic group inside the syris spectrum of ethnical groups.

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Shinaydeen, you said: “Do they exist in a clearly defined territory and have they inhabited it historically? Yes and it is contiguous, traversing the borders of four countries at least.” Well… NO, there are several other ethnic groups living there, like Assyrians, Armenians, Syriac (Arameans) that unlike the Kurd have more ancestral claims to the land where they now live, let’s not forget that while kurdish people & political bodies have now largely left other ethnic groups untouched, they did MASACRED many Assyrians & others in 20th century (much like ISIS) an took their land: <> Link: Syrian_Kurdistan_History_and_background So the… Read more »
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Thanks Penny

Penny
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Your welcome Chevi 🙂

CHEVI789
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Oh, and Penny, erDOGan is not going to come clean about his agenda, believe me when i tell you he will go down fighting and drag Turkey down big time, if not a civil war.

But i have to say, there are more good people than evil, but the evil is at the top, when they are finally brought to justice then we will see peace.

Penny
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Hi again Chevi
As of right now I see Erdogan still trying to play the game, but, being shunned by the NATO/Israel terror team- The plan to destabilize Turkey would have taken place no matter the leadership- I suspect the PKK/YPG crowd is being armed presently to begin increasing attacks
Look for peaceful protests first

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Agreed, i always said the Kurds are opportunistic, sorry Arklight, i know you back them and i understand totally your position and respect it. I personally would like to see the Kurds eventually get their own land if they had originally had one ( not sure on their history and no time to look it up), but they need to get onto the right side and then i bet Assad would eventually reward them, this in turn would start an avalanch of otherwise to do likewise in the neighbouring countries.

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Chevi: I don’t ‘back the Kurds’ except insofar as they, and Syria, are losing lives fighting a common enemy; Syrian Kurds are Syrian nationals and citizens who have had their families slaughtered by wholesale, and are fighting every variety of rat with any weapons they can lay their hands on. In recognition of that proven fact, I think they deserve more from Syrian Command than an ‘eff you’, which is all they’ve gotten for over three years now. I have no reason to be sure that the Syrian Kurds were nagging anyone for an independent Kurdish State, although politicians among… Read more »
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Thanks penny great work.

Penny
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Your welcome Dudley 🙂

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what a bunch of al-losers

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International acknowledgement of terror to determine region’s future: Assad http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-11/21/c_127235470.htm DAMASCUS, Nov. 20 (Xinhua) — Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said on Thursday that the region is going through a “critical juncture,” adding that the international acknowledgment of the threats of terrorism is one of the factors determining the future of the region, according to the official SANA news agency. Speaking to members of the ruling al-Baath Party in a meeting, Assad said that the Syrian army will keep confronting the terrorist groups and continue to achieve national reconciliation in the country. He stressed that any international effort that aims to… Read more »
CHEVI789
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Funny, i posted this link about 3-4 days ago, dejavue?

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“When asked why he doesn’t return, he said, “I can’t go back because I can’t find work, so I can’t feed my family.” Ahmed faces the same dilemma as many of his neighbors and relatives, who are in similar circumstances. He said, “Many young men joined the rebels not because they believed in their cause, but because they needed money. They left the groups who could not pay salaries and went on to others that could. It was all about the money, and many previously good men stole because their commanders told them it was OK — it was war… Read more »
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Interesting dont forget religion is always based on money.

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Amazingly good article. It is too bad, but troops need, some times, extra motivation and when it comes to wining wars, when the battle has been won, shourly there is some sort of all-mightyness sensation among our ranks. It’s a delicate situation, I recomend: 1- Express Prohibition on the looting from Syrian civilian populations patrimony, aplaying punitive meassures to those who fail to comply this general order, given by the military command structure, expresion of the syrian peoples will. 2- Disciplinary measures when operating, specially in friendly neighbourhoods, shall be strengthened and made aware of to the troops. 3- The… Read more »
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11- Regarding the valuation of Prices of war taken and handed out to the special unit described subsection N°5. Soldiers of: NDF, SAA-SAAF-SAV or SAA-SAAF-SAV special forces, will recieve in proporsion to each other, accordingly, 1/x, 2/x and 3/x, X representing the ammount of money recieved.

The ratio iuris of this rule is to increment the ammount of soliders and civilians joining special forces, regular forces and militias.

PD: just an idea, like or dislike

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Syrian army kills tens of “terrorists” near Ayn al-Arab http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-11/21/c_127235487.htm DAMASCUS, Nov. 20 (Xinhua) — The Syrian troops on Thursday killed tens of “terrorists” in the countryside of the predominantly Kurdish city of Ayn al-Arab, also known as Kobane, in northern Syria, according to the state news agency SANA. The incident marked a rare instance when the Syrian troops actually targeted the extremist fighters near Ayn al-Arab, where the Kurdish fighters of the People’s Protection Units and some Syrian rebels have been engaged in months-long intense battles against the Islamic State (IS) militants. Activists previously said that the Kurdish militants… Read more »
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Religion is always based on money, how true, now read this about a certain religion

pop
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good link
whenever something stinks
finding some jews with links

Anonymous
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You should check out who controls world exstacy trade. I think even Haaretz has an article on it.

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Lets go SAA. WPWW!

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Word son…cept for the white power thang, we dont roll like that here

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ey chingada Jim Crow, tu es pene blanco. iLOL!

Jim Crow
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Go choke on some beans, u wetback spic.

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Still hanging on these forums Jim? Dont have a pussy in your life to keep you busy? lol dumb inbred cracker.

Arklight
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Jim: How do you know he’s not a scratchback or paperback?

Penny
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They aren’t a people- You have only been perception managed into believing they are.

Know anything about divide to conquer? That’s what the “Kurdish” people are all about

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The Kurds are not a people? Thousands of them have died fighting for basic rights like the right to speak their own language and to have their children educated in their own language in Turkey. Did they just imagine that this distinct language and culture exists? Did they just imagine that the Turkish state was savagely suppressing them? ‘Divite et impera’ is a tactic. It has nothing to do with whether a people exists or not. You grossly insult millions of people by telling them that they do not exist as a people. Are you seriously telling the Kurds who… Read more »
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Inside Syrian territory, it would be a very bad idea to make this weird distinction you are doeing, becuase everyone in Syria, this includes: Alawites, Shias, Sunis, Christians, jews and Kurds, have or should have equal political rights. This is not bad, this is a good thing, because this ends this ridiculouse secterian thinking that we are all diferent just because we believe in diferent things. In germany, people speak a diferent lenguage, that is supposed to be german, but is, in reality, anything but. Imagine we would give the black people in america, or the latinos, their own separate… Read more »
Arklight
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Penny: The oldest trick in the book is to pick out an easily identifiable minority, blame all the world’s ills on them, then exterminate them if possible. Looks like you’ve gotten as far as the sexy part of the play book, kiddo.

Penny
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As for the powerless Kurds? https://basnews.com/en/News/Details/Kurdish-Politician–Kurdistan-Region-and-Syrian-Kurdistan-Can-be-United/37788 Penjweni said that the US wants to open a military air base in the Kurdistan Region; an vital in step in protecting Kurdistan in the future. He pointed out that no Kurdish political party will be against the establishment of the US military air base, the US has asked the the Kurdistan Region to allow them to establish a military airport in the region, which is good for Kurdistan. If Kurdistan holds a referendum and declares independence in the future, this base will protect Kurdistan,” Poor downtrodden sunni muslims allied with Israel and the… Read more »
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http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2014/08/expanding-us-drone-facility.html A supposedly secret but locally well-known CIA station on the outskirts of Irbil’s airport is undergoing rapid expansion Expansion of the facility comes as it seems all but certain that the autonomous Kurdish regional government and the central government in Baghdad, never easy partners, are headed for an irrevocable split http://pennyforyourthoughts2.blogspot.ca/2014/06/the-us-departure-from-iraq-was-all.html “Peshmerga fighters fought closely alongside the American Green Berets throughout northern Iraq in places like Mosul, Tal Afar and Kirkuk because we are very professional and trusted,” he said. “And many of our men would work directly with the most secret units as interpreters and Iraqi experts.” During… Read more »
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Penny – it is often said to find the truth, just “follow the money.” Where are all the non-Muslim ‘western freedom fighter types’ (mercenaries) rushing off to, now?To Syria/Iraq?Yes! To fight against ‘terror’? Yes!To fight ISIL? Yes! To fight alongside Iraqi government soldiers? …… No!!!!! To fight alongside Syrian government soldiers? No!!!!!!!!!! They are all going to fight with the KURDS, OK? Suppose you are a bored jew and you want to fight ISIL in Syria, who do you join, your own IDF? [they are always shooting a-rabs somewhere]….No!!! You join THE KURDS, OK? Suppose you are a member of… Read more »
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Yup, everyone is going to assist the Kurds!
Canadians are going for goodness sakes and it’s being presented as all great
Israeli’s are going- Your right run off and fight for the Kurds…. cause they are the ‘chosen’ ones

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Penny: It’s obvious by now that the Syrian Kurds have no friends, influential or otherwise.

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Penny: Bless your heart, here’s where we just have to agree to disagree.

Canthama
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It seems with the latest reinforcement the SAA has managed to balance the power in the southern front, fierce fights all over, watchout in Quneytra where tough battles are on going right now, soon we will see whether the front lines will hold the bombing and shelling, it could be the first relieve in many months when the SAA breaks the back of this rat advance. The next few more weeks will key on the southern front.

http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/daraa-front-engulfed-violence-firefights-reported-province/

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It looks like the moment of truth is coming for Iran, will they finally sell out and come to an agreement with the world powers. Lavrov says ‘everything is now in place for an agreement’, only ‘political will’ is necessary, the other foreign ministry double agent, Ryabakov, also notes that a ‘political decision’ is the only thing left to take. We shall see if the ‘almighty and all powerful’ Supreme leader vetoes this deal or once again allows his British agents in government, namely Zarif and Rouhani to go through with the deal. I think the mask may be about… Read more »
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Iran agreeing to not build nuclear weapons while continuing its nuclear energy program is not selling out.

Anonymous
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Tony: Right you are. Iran has always maintained that nuclear weapons are ‘un-islamic’, and that they would never build them. So far as I know Iran doesn’t have the facilities to enrich fissile material to weapons grade, anyway. Iran’s ‘crime’ is that it does not belong to either World Bank nor IMF, like Libya under Gaddafi. It would be interesting to know if Iran is exploring the hybrid reactor that the Russians are developing.

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May the SAA deliver the mangled carcasses of these disgusting perverts to Satan.

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UAE slams Amnesty report as “inaccurate” and “politically motivated ” http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-11/20/c_127231147.htm DUBAI, Nov. 19 (Xinhua) — The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Wednesday criticized a report published by Amnesty International as “one-sided and inaccurate” and “politically motivated” for describing the country’s human rights, state news agency WAM reported. The Amnesty International said in a report posted on its website that there was a ruthless crackdown in the UAE on dissents which exposes the “ugly reality” beneath facade of glitz and glamour. The Amnesty report also referred to the UAE’s arresting of scores of members of the Muslim brotherhood in the… Read more »
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Feature: Homeless Syrian kids seek new families in charities English.news.cn 2014-11-20 02:00:22 [More] DAMASCUS, Nov. 19 (Xinhua) — “It has been a long time since I last saw my parents. I dream of them every day. I dream that I would come home and I would find my mother cooking for me,” said Rana, a 10-year-old girl that had to venture out of her home in a rebel-held area in the countryside of the capital Damascus to bring food and money to her parents, but ended up in a charity for homeless children instead. Rana said due to the harsh… Read more »
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Feature: Universal Children Day: unknown destiny for displaced Syrian children http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-11/21/c_127235424.htm by Salah Takieddine BEIRUT, Nov. 20 (Xinhua) — Abla Al Madahi fled her home in the devastated Syrian city of Aleppo to settle in southern Lebanese town of Kawkaba, where she has to walk for an hour every day, carrying her 18-month old child, from her temporary house to the store she is working. This trip of agony, as Al Madahi describes it, has been continuous and is necessary as she did not find a job next to where she lives. As the world celebrates on Thursday the Universal… Read more »
Sheikh Yourbooty
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Fuck ISIS

Ben Dover
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…and hot women!!

Yankee Scumbags, leave Syria alone
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Yankee Scumbags, leave Syria alone

Those dirty Bastard Americans are up to something fishy. I fear for Syria.

Anonymous
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Blow it out yer ass, Yankee: I’m an American solidly behind SAA and President Assad. I’m sure that the US government is up to something dirty, rotten, sneaky and lowdown; I despise the people in DC who sold their souls and their office for cash, gash or worthless junk. Take care that you separate the government from the people, or I might think that you’re just another shit suckin’ troll.

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Arklight, so ripped to the tits on Chemtrails he forgets his own name … [sigh]

Setright
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Mentat….fuckoff idiot.

Mentat
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Cheer up, Grumphole — here’s a joke:

“Knock, knock!”
Who’s there?
“It’s Jesus. Let me in, I want to save you!”
Save me? From what?
“From what I’m going to do to you if you don’t let me in!”

Anon
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Not funny Mr. Atheist who definitely is not a happy person (who could be if they’re an atheist) trolling from his very nagging mother’s basement and masturbating way too much.
Here’s a (more accurate) joke:

“Knock, knock!”
Who’s there?
“It’s a money lending Jew (the one that killed Jesus). Let me in, I want to save you!”
Save me? From what?
“From what I’m going to do to you if you don’t let me in!”

juanito perez
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juanito perez

wtf… I live in my moms basement and i do masturbate way to much, and I think i m half atheist, but I do support the Assad regime

Mentat
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@ Anon,

damn, son, that was so hilarious I actually keeled over and bust my stitches. How do you come up with these crackers? I am so jelly!

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Mentat said:

”@ Anon, damn, son, that was so hilarious I actually keeled over …”

Mentat,

maybe you could do everyone a favour here………and keel over…….permanently!’

Take beer….oh ignorant one.

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I am already doing everyone here a great favour, by injecting some counter-balancing reality into Ziad’s ludicrous tales of the permanent victory which never actually arrives.

This is only done out of the kindness of my heart, to soften the blow to your fragile psyches when Bashar any day now capitulates and signs up for Lavrov’s slow boat to Den Haag.

BTW, thanks for the kind offer, but I don’t drink beer.

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Iraq transfers $500,000,000 to Kurds on budget dispute http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2014-11/19/c_133801143.htm BAGHDAD, Nov. 19 (Xinhua) — The Iraqi government has transferred some 500 million U.S. dollars to the semi-autonomous region of Kurdistan as part of an agreement over resolving the budget dispute on oil exports, finance minister said on Wednesday. “The Ministry of Finance on Wednesday transferred the amount of 583 billion Iraqi dinars, which equals 500 million U.S. dollars, to the account of the regional government of Kurdistan, in accordance with the deal struck recently between the federal government and Kurdistan regional government,” Finance Minister Hoshyar Zebari told a news conference… Read more »
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“A T-72 tank cannon ready to send you flying to Hell and your 72 Virginians” funny I made a similar remark on syrian arab army FB the other day “T-72 to help bring you to your 72 virgins”
btw you gonna make a post about this story? http://www.electronicresistance.net/2014/11/ex-opposition-leader-admits-mistake-about-syrian-govt-says-assad-fighting-terrorists/

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Another 165 armed men turned themselves in today. This is great news and seems to be happening with increasing speed. Syrians sickened by their foreign “allies” no doubt. Hopefully they will be screened thoroughly.

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Hello Mentat, how are your IS friends in Kobani? Have heard things are not going well…

Mentat
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Why does IS slay the Nusayreya and Rafidis?

Anonymous
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Why does IS NOT slay any American troops bombing their glorious caliphate?
Are they too weak to fight the Americans? Or maybe they are unofficial allies…

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I’m sure they’d be delighted to have a few more Yankis to ‘process’, but, after their previous scorching in Iraq, these ‘heroes’ are hanging back and hoping their House Arabs/Turks will be foolish enough to put their nuts in the fire instead.

Anonymous
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The US bombs the sacred caliphate with jets and drones and IS cannot stop it. IS gets pounded and they laugh. Frustrating, isn´t it? Where is the stone age warriors air defense?

Anonymous
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Hey Mentat, how come that those Kurds have become so strong and chase the stone age warriors? And what about the fall of Baghdad promised this summer? Hard times for sacred caliphate.

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If IS are ‘stone age’ warriors, then what age is Dad’s Army, which they regularly beat the bejesus out of?

PS: ‘unofficial allies’, LOL — I don’t hear them begging to be allowed to suck the filthy toes of O’bomber, the Coconut Commander, like your gutless wonder Bashar!

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The new Fatwa by IS Caliph Mentat: May glorious dark stone age spread all over Syria and expire the Kuffars electric light.
http://anna-news.info/node/25577

Your IS bastards are the invitation card for US-aircraft destroying Syria´s infrastructure. Syria is very thankful.

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Two new SAA pushes on going that may imply is important advances when the SAA succeed. 1) Very large SAA convoy moving to Khan Sheikoun, it see after the victory in Morek, the SAA took key positions on south, west and east of the city. The Syrian MD has visited northern Hama yesterday, which could also mean the final bless to a major push. Crossing my fingers, this could be big. 2) SAA created a corridor for civilians to leave Zebdeen in East Ghouta, they always do that before before pounding the place to the ground. This is not a… Read more »
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There are (unconfirmed) reports that the SAA have taken Zebdeen (eastern Ghouta).

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Smothering the elements that suffocate their adversaries by beheading them is all too urgently needed. The cleaning of Damascus’ hinterland and the establishing of a stable connection between the capital and Alleppo via Hama and Idlib is the precondition for the project to wipe ISIS off Syrias soil. As Fatal Successless Anachronisms are loosing their structures and are vanishing or filling the ranks of theJabbah NutsRah or even the Imamprooven Sadists, the joined efforts and measures from SAA in the east should be taken, when the western provinces are pacified. A nice read: http://international.sueddeutsche.de/post/102615388235/islamic-state-a-bureaucracy-of-terror At least, after all the beheadings… Read more »
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Houthis in Yemen see Russia as an ally against US-policy:
(in German)
http://de.ria.ru/politics/20141121/270054480.html

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Unconfirmed:

Rebels retreated from Zibdeen (Eastern Al Ghouta). SAA in full control.

Johny
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Hezbollah and the Syrian Arab Army have captured most of Wadi Barada in the Al-Zabadani District.. Is a very important advance of the Syrian Army.. SAA decide to attack the last stronghold of rats in Qaylamoun Mountain… http://www.almasdarnews.com/article/hezbollah-saa-capture-wadi-barada/
SAA forces took control of Zebdeen town in the East_Ghouta after insurgent’s withdrawal from the area… By peto lucem…

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It was isolated for a long time. And all maps gave it under SAA control. So i was surprised to read this article yesterday. Thought they were in some kind of arrangement already. Smart strategy to get rid of all isolated pockets of rebels (must be the reason why they go after Dumeys to).

Also btw i hear, also unconfirmed, about the arrival of tanks/men of the SAA near the Hama (Khan Sheikhon) axis. The unconfirmed source state rebel sources. So reliable to me.

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Urgent message.. Zebdeen village completely liberated from armed groups.. This time SAA cleans the area from mines and explosive.. Confirmed by ANNA NEWS…

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Not heard this anywhere else yet will wait for more info.

Johny
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You’re right..Usually it is better το wait for the confirmation of the news ..But when anna news said that, Zebdeen village is completely freed .. then, it no needs confirmation..

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what is going on with anna news? there seems to be some sort of constant banning from youtube… so much for freedom of expresion.

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The rat is dead:

Two Jaish Al Islam leaders were assassinated in Eastern Suburbs of Damacus.
The first is head of defectors office Abu Muhammad Ads and the second is the assistant of the chief of operations in Jaish Al Islam and his name is Abu Khattab. They were shot by a man in a car who managed to escape

https://twitter.com/hashtag/jaish_al_islam?f=realtime&src=hash

Arklight
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Good news for Syrian commerce! http://www.sana.sy/en/?p=18775

Mentat
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Hellcannons zeroed on a Sexfort punctuate a Dad’s Army drinking competition in Sayfat village, northern outskirts of Aleppo.

Anonymous
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Videos of some criminal sons of **ores destroying Syrian houses, posted by some Anti-Assad- idiot, annoy people on Syrper, one of few good sites on the web.

Mentat
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Political Victory Front News:

Lavrov whets the silver-hilted dagger for Bashar’s back, while Sisi [US Token] waxes the scabbard and De Mistura [UN Drone] readies himself to toss confetti when the lash-up is consummated.

Meanwhile, Muallem [buff manatee] is summoned to Moscow for the ultimatum: get aboard with imposed ‘Transition’ or brace your collective Ba’athist anii for the ‘Ghadaffi enema’!

Mentat
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‘Desert Lion’ [+21 cannon-fodder] knackered by IS Desert Bees at Shaer gas field.

Anonymous
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Life in Daraa: http://anna-news.info/node/26139

P.S: And ignore the asshole who tries to mess up this page

Anonymous
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And Kessab, also beautiful: http://anna-news.info/node/26053

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As I mentioned before looks like the Zebdeen is taken by SAA.
http://www.sana.sy/en/?p=19001

albator
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Ziad you spoke of a great surprise in the south?
The campaign of the south seems to be disaster for syrian army.Looking the map!
Rats are gaining territory every day,and jordanian frontier is almost under the total control of terrorists.
The surprise becomes the great fiasco don’t you think

juanito perez
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Let’s wait and see… I have great hopes on whats coming.

Mentat
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The ‘Big Surprise’ is that Dad’s Army manages to snatch defeat from the jaws of victory at practically every engagement. But then again, given the proven fuckwitted incompetence of their ‘leaders’, is that really any surprise at all?

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Albator: Don’t get yer knickers in a twist, guy; south Syria along the Golan is a fire sack. The rats get sucked in and slaughtered, by wholesale, on a regular basis.

Jason
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‘Political Victory Front News: Lavrov whets the silver-hilted dagger for Bashar’s back, while Sisi [US Token] waxes the scabbard and De Mistura [UN Drone] readies himself to toss confetti when the lash-up is consummated. Meanwhile, Muallem [buff manatee] is summoned to Moscow for the ultimatum: get aboard with imposed ‘Transition’ or brace your collective Ba’athist anii for the ‘Ghadaffi enema’!’ This is exactly how it is, behind all the nonsense about Moscow’s alleged ‘support for Syria’s fight against terrorism’, in reality Russia is working together with the Americans in order to FORCE Syria to capitulate to the terms agreed upon… Read more »
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WoW,

very trolly here today, did our terrorist friends get their asses kicked somewhere in Syria?

If Russia gives up Syria they and Iran are up for Regime change next.

cheers
J

Arklight
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Watcher: Yeah, the rats are getting the crap kicked out of ’em everywhere. When Muskrat gets so frantic that he posts every thirty seconds, you know that all is not well in the Rat World. Tough.

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US, Turkey Still Not in Sync on Syria

http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/us-turkey-sync-syria-27073647

“Erdogan is a tough customer to reason with, but Turkey is already a major source of stability and support in region and could be better if we play cards right,” Jeffrey said. “But Erdogan is, at this point, troublingly unpredictable.”

The U.S. and Turkey are not in sync about Syria and Biden’s visit follows weeks of misunderstandings and harsh rhetoric from both capitals. Locals in Istanbul have dubbed one flap the “apology-no apology.”

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